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I have the Bonaire Inflation Machine Model NRC12S,I've had it for quite a while and can't find the manual. I can never get it to work on high pressor setting. I've charged it for 3 days,makes noise when I attempt to use it,doesn't air. What is my problem?

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Manual says:

Turn Power Supply switch to DC12V or Battery position
Turn Inflator to High Pressure position
Turn off when you reach the correct pressure according to the gauge

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Charge battery up to 13 hours, do not completely run down the battery.

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